A selection of Victorian and later silver cutlery, to includ...
A selection of Victorian and later silver cutlery, to include; A Victorian silver and mother-of-pearl pickle fork by George Unite, Birmingham 1863, 19.5cm long, a Victorian silver coloured ivory-handed pickle fork, marks for George Unite, 17.5cm long, a further silver coloured ivory handled pickle fork, 13.2cm long, a Victorian silver, silver plated and mother-of-pearl handled fish fork, 14cm long, a boxed set of six silver teaspoons and sugar nips by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1958, a boxed set of six silver teaspoons by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1919, and a boxed set of six silver bladed knives by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1926 (23)
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